Word of the Day
Alex Stoner’s word of the day is Abibliophobia. Which is the fear of running out of reading material. Abibliophobia.
There is an informational meeting today at 2:30pm for National Art Honor Society. If you are interested, find the zoom link on the vis, media or hybrid classrooms. Any other majors email Fowler. NAHS not only looks good on a resume, but it’s also a way to connect as a group while planning fun projects and events to promote the visual arts! Join us and bring ideas to share!
National Honor Society for Dance Arts will have our first meeting – informal Wednesday at 9:15 (Study Hall Time). All are welcome, you don’t have to be a dance major. Join us to see what we are about. Visit the hard copy of the announcements to Join by link https://classroom.google.com/c/MjMyNjYzNVpa?cjc=g5mcoul or
Fall Dance Concert
An informal meeting for anyone interested in participating in the fall dance concert, Ebb and Flow, will be held this Wednesday at 2:30pm. Join the Google classroom for information being posted daily and materials for the “audition.” Ciganko will explain the audition process for both the dance concert and Dance Company on Wednesday. Visit the hard copy of the announcements to Join by link: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTYwNjAyMTc0OTk1?cjc=ucdwjep or Code: ucdwjep
NO SHAME – October 2nd
The year’s first NO SHAME is upon us! Are you looking for a chance to show your stuff, despite being stuck at home? This virtual NO SHAME is the way to go. Submit your video of ANY type of performance on the new NO SHAME classroom. The code for the classroom is: sxbarbv. You can visit your Advisory Google Classroom and see the code in the text version of the announcements.All submissions are due Friday, September 25, a week from this Friday, and you must be passing your classes to participate.
Random recognition celebrates the achievements and community efforts of you and your peers. Today we recognize, Senior, Ashton Day! Ashton is the second PiM student hired for the Walker Teen Arts Council. The WACTAC is a small group of creators/advocates from all over the Twin Cities metropolitan area who this year will be examining and advocating to diversify the work included in museum exhibitions. We’re proud of you Ashton!
Listen to the Announcements